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Exhibit space is open to community groups, non-profits, government agencies, farmers, and environmentally-conscious businesses that want to be a part of the DeSoto County Earth Day Festival. Exhibitors may be grouped together into environmental focus areas such as education, recycling, water, conservation, farming, sustainability, or wildlife. All exhibits should have an environmental focus that is sustainable (example: exhibiting hybrid or electric automobiles would be permitted while SUV's would not) .This will help us to maintain the growth and quality of the festival. Our aim is a green, yet diverse, free, family event.
If you are interested in being part of the Earth Day festivities, please fill out the following application form. All applications must be approved by the Earth Day committee. Permit to exhibit depends on how environmental your exhibit will be and the number of exhibitor requests we receive.
This year's theme is focusing on keeping DeSoto County "Clean & Green"!
No Earth Day Exhibitors will be allowed to sell goods or services
at this event. Only Hernando Farmer's Market vendors will be allowed to sell. Please contact the City of Hernando for more information about selling goods at the Farmer's Market. http://cityofhernando.org/farmersmarket/
Booth spaces will be around the Courthouse square. There will be no booths in the grass. Please specify if you need 1 or 2 spaces (10x10 size).
Set up - Saturday, April 25th - 6:30 a.m. - 7:30 a.m. You will be assigned a space in advance of the event. The square will be closed to thru traffic. You must unload and move your vehicle by 7:30. Please provide your own tables and chairs!
Dismantle - Saturday, April 25th - Noon - 1:00 p.m. Please make sure you have disposed of any trash in the recycling containers or trash receptacles. The square will re-open to traffic at 2:00 p.m. We will not allow any cars on the square until noon. No exceptions!!
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The DeSoto County Schools Marine Corps JROTC from Olive Branch High School will be on hand to help at the event. They can assist with the set-up or take-down of your booth and help with unloading your vehicles.
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